Camp Activities

We have a wide range of activities available for our campers here at CBTX. Each activity is tailored to accommodate to all ability levels!

Horseback Riding

Most campers mention horseback riding as the highlight of the week. We use methods of safety typical to therapeutic riding centers. Two side walkers all all times is the minimum. Horses are checked out prior to being accepted into camp.

Canoeing

Canoeing is a fun bonding time for campers and counselors. We provide approved life jackets that all participants must wear. You might have to cool your counselor off with a splash!

Archery

Archery, fun for all ages. Each counselor helps their camper succeed in one way or another. Did you know the definition of sin can be related to archery? Make sure you tell us how you think it connects when you come to this activity.

Arts & Crafts

Arts and Crafts, a fun creative time and a chance to cool off inside. Crafts can even include making things out of food. That sounds fun, building and snacking all in one!

Music

Campers of all ages usually love to sing and play instruments. In the past we have had leaders with some college classed on music therapy. Music makes the heart happy.

Swimming

Swimming is also a favorite time for campers and counselors alike. Free play in the cool water makes everyone smile. No worries mom, the Life Guard is on duty and counselors are close when campers are swimming.

Team Sports

Creative games, encouraging individual and team aspects of sports geared to the specific abilities of your child.

Fishing

Bass, perch, catfish, oh my! Our lake is stocked with tons of fish ready to be caught by our sweet campers!

Water Games

That’s right, more water. Get wet, have fun and cool off is the key to this fun activity. You will have a great time squirting your counselor or flying down the water slide.

Costume Closet

This unique time gets everyone to loosen up and goof around in costumes. You may even see yourself on TV!

Ropes Course

Complete with Zip-line, Giant Swing and Rock Climbing wall. Certified instructors will lead you through low and high ropes elements-always a camp favorite.

TYPICAL CAMPER DAY

A camper’s day begins with a freshly made hot breakfast followed by a brief daily devotional. There are three exciting morning activities, lunch and camp songs, rest period, and two engaging afternoon activities.

After dinner, campers participate in a themed party like the Carnival, Sock Hop, or Messy Games night. Each night concludes with group worship time that includes dress-up, skits, songs with hand motions and lots of JOY.

Campers gain hope, joy, confidence, and lifelong friends during their summer camp experience at Camp Blessing.

Camper siblings are always welcome at camp too, and it is often an inspiring, special time for siblings to share new experiences and receive support from similar families.

At camper pick-up, our closing ceremony is not to be missed! Your camper will teach you our theme song, everyone receives a special award as well as a personalized photo book with notes from your counselor detailing the fun they had all week.